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... to get up.
Steph was taking us to the airport at 8.30, for our 10am flight to Auckland. It was really sad to say goodbye to all the family. Cam was the only boy to see us off. Bentley and Mackenzie were at school, and Jase was at work. Thankfully, Cam will be in Adelaide soon, for a few months. I will miss Steph so much, she’s an amazing woman.
Yesterday it seemed to be very unlikely that ...
... and the owner's young daughter came over to Kramstable and offered him some toys to play with. We tried a couple of beers we hadn't had before and then headed back to the motel before going out for dinner. All I'll say about that is since when do you have to pay extra to get real Parmesan cheese on a pasta dish.
We're looking forward to exploring the city some more tomorrow.
... have a hike around lake Matheson in the morning, where there is a great gift shop! The lake gave some glassy, mirror like views, complete with rain drops, as we spotted blue mushrooms and jumped over fallen trees on the way around. We arrived in Wanaka just as a cloud burst was in full force. A group that evening went to the Paradiso Cinema, which is a really funky place but not wanting to see either of the films I opted for just a curry instead - and what a curry it was! ...
... hear people yelling and pointing out to sea. The lady we spoke to earlier seemed particularly happy. What were they watching? A pod of 5 ORCA (killer whales) travelling very slowly across in front of us. What a site! The Lady who was a local and comes to watch the birds every day, had never seen them before. So who did the Magic to produce these whales.
What an end to a quiet day. Absolute magic
... coming back to shore after a day's hunting. These adorable creatures are very small and, standing up straight, are only a little over a foot tall. There were high-pitched squeals of delight from the onlookers as the birds waddled up the hillside towards their burrows, scurrying over the bumpy terrain, their flippers swinging by their sides. Three took their time to preen and shake off just centimetres away from the observation platform before disappearing beneath it. We had a good ...